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THE BULL'S EYE
Is easy to carrr..
Is easy to use.
Is simple In coastructlon.
Can be loaded hi duyllpht ns often as
For sale by
'The Marietta Picture Man.
E'Wo will finish pictures or furnish
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
FRIDAY. JULY 31. 1800
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for 55.00.
For Sale by
TIIK .JKWKLEU !
12!) Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Two More Samples Left.
One ladies' Liberty, listSlOO, now SOS .10
One gents' Viking, " ?100, " $70.00
We also received last night
:; Eclipse, $100 list, which will go at ?50.
One gents' Kankakee, list $00, will go
at S25 00.
One ladies' Dutchess, list ?00, will go at
Three Juvenile wheels at J25.00.
Now is the chance to get a wheel at
the right price.
Big Four Cycle Co.,
110 Front street.
J. C. Saner. R. E. Race. J. M. Williams.
Is a boon to the hot, tired, thirsty wo
man who worries through many visits
to many stores on a hot day in search
of what she wants. There should bo
rests between these visits, and the rest
ing should be done at our Soda Foun
tain. , , ,
IRON-TONE and fruit syrnps drinks
are wonderfully refreshing, to tired
people on a hot day.
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Murletta, Ohio.
Closing Out Sale!
Here is your chance to get a good
One Gents' wheel, list $100.00,
One Gents' wheel, list $85.00,
One Ladies' wheel, list $85.00,
One Gents' wheel, list $75,00,
W. R. Koerner.
GEO, STMCKEIl. HNHY STIUtOKXB
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
SSSrlng Boilers In the ol fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
n Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and worMB on West Side.
Cheap excursion to Nlngara Falls,
Tuesday August 18th, via" K. & O. 11.
Mrs. Harry Reckard and MissSadlo
Dowd returned from Akron lust Satur
day evening after bpchdlng the week
very pleasantly, visiting their frelni,
Mis. Mary Williams, formerly Miss
Rood, of Cornervllle.
Miss Carrie Hayes, of Vincent, left
at ll:2r) Thursday night to attend
school at Lebanon.
Tho Executive Commltteo of the
77th O. V. V. I. organisation met In
this city Wednesday, July 29th, and
fixed tho date for the 24th Annual Re
union of tho survivors of their regiment.
It will be held in this city on Thurs
day, Sept. 3d, 18HU, which will be tho
second duy of the Washington County
fair. Tho above dato was made neces
sary because all our railroads and
steamboats will then have reduced
rates. All survivors of this grand old
regiment will make a special effort to
attend this re-union. The 0th O. V. I.
and Washington County Association of
union ex-prisoners of war will meet
with the 77th.
The Catharine Dayls, under the
management of the base ball team will
run an excursion to Slstersvillo today
on account of the gamo in that city.
The faro will bo one dollar for the
round trip and he steamer will leave
at 0 a. in.
Emma Ureathouse who was bound
over to court by 'Squire Murphy on the
charge of assault and battery, is in the
county jail awaiting the action of the
next grand jury. A man named Shus
ter, also of Newport, township, is in
jail awaiting trial for shooting with
intent to kill.
Frank Ridenbach left Thursday for
Blake's Mills, Tuscarawas county, to
attend the funeral of his father, Wm.
F. Ridenbach, who died Saturday. Of
his death the Tuscarawas Advocate
"Wm F. Ridenbach died at his resi
dence in Blake's Mills, Saturday even
ing, of dropsy and heart disease. He
had been in failing health for a year or
more, but was not seriously sick until
last Friday. Mr. Ridenbach was born
in Berne, Switzealand, and came to
America in early youth. He enlisted
in Company "A", 51st Regiment, O. V.
I., September 7, 1801, at the age of
thirty-five years. He was a member of
Andrew Crawford Post, G. A. R., and
the Post attended his funeral in a body,
Monday afternoon. " Mr. Ridenbach
organized the first fire company in
Blake's Mills and the firemen of that
village and of this city also attended
the funeral, but not in a body, He
was past seventy years of age.
Mrs. Joseph Sellow, mother of T. G.
Sellew, was in the city Wednesday
evening attending the Sellew-Haight
Mrs. Charles Bishop and daughters
left for their home at Columbus Thurs
day, after a pleasant visit in this city
with tho family of Peter Latterner.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo Alderman, of
Nevada, Iowa, are visiting friends in
Judging from the first installment
of Jones pavers, which arc being dis
tributed along Third street, the job
will be done of first class material.
The free park concerts have been
discontinued on account of lack of
funds, but it is hoped only temporarily.
The city makes no provision whatever
for the payment of the musicians and
If these weekly entertainments are to be
enjoyed further they must be paid for
by the general public.
Wm. E. Roberman has accepted a
position in the Leader Office.
Geo. B. Sunderland sold tho W.
Mason property in West Marietta to
Hon. W. B. McGill was in the
city Thursday and placed us under
obligations to him for state publica
Mr. M. M. Rose has been confined
to the house by illness for several days.
Dan Hickman was fined 85 and
costs Thursday for drunkenness and
The case of Ohio ys. Ida Davis
and Mollio Cunningham, charged with
tresspass and larceny, was dismissed by
'Squire Palmer Thursday.
Geo. B. Sunderland sold a lot to
Abblo C. Pegg in the east end sub-division.
Tho house of William Conner,
which was burned Wednesday, was
insured for S175. The household goods
wore Insured for 200 and the loss on
them will bo about $150.
-Mr. George R. Grafton returned
Thursday from Grand Rapids, Mich,,
where he has been In charge of the fur
niture exhibition of tho Marietta
At the close of tho second inning of
tho Sistersville-Marietta game Thurs
day the score stood 1 to 0 in favor of
Slstersville. The game was stopped at
this point on account of rain and a
double header will be played today,
A few minutes after the audienco left
tho grand stand It was unroofed by the
high wind, but no one was hurt.
Mr. and Mrs. Hulbert and child, of
Sharpsburg, Pa., ore visiting his
father, Mr. J, Hulbert, Second street
Mrs. Ij. M. Skinner, of Parkersburg,
li visiting relatives in Marlotta.
It Is suggested that It would be n
good move for tho base ball manage
ment to make ono of tho games with
Parkersburg a benefit for free park
At tho Leldccker Tool Works
Thursday a bolt in a traveling crane
became loosened and allowed tho crane
to fall. Shannon Cutshaw and James
McNannn each had a foot mashed un
der tho heavy machine, the lattor'H in
juries being quite serious.
Mr. A. II. Wcaer, of tno Oil Well
Supply Company, with li'is son Glen, is
here for a few days.
G. L. Hunt removed Thursday from
Fifth street to Fred Blume's' new house
on tho corner of Eighth and Washing
Tho funeral of the late Warner
Grpono will occur this Friday afternoon
at 1 o'clock, standard time, at tho resi
dence on Muskingum avenue, next
above the Park.
Misses Virginia and Bertha Hall
are in the city, the former at Mr. R.
D. Cooke's, the latter at Mr. Georgo
Jones', Second etreet.
The whistle on the new boiler
works Is a dandy. It is eighteen inches
long, and occupies a tono poslton nay
down in the sub-bass.
The Rev. E. A. Coil and Rev. W. E.
Roe will make addresses at the Water
town Harvest Home picnic on Satur
day, Aug. 8th.
A valuable horse belonging to John
Schwendcman, near Churchtown, was
killed by lighting Wedesdny evening,
and another horse, tho property of
Alex Schwendeman, had aneyu injured
from the same cause.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
acho Electric Bitters has proved to be
the very best It effects u permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yield to its influence.
We urge all who are afflicted to procuro
a bottle, and give this remedy a fair
ti ial. In cases of habitual constipation
Electric Bitters cures by giving the
needed tonic to tho bowels, and few
cases long resist the uso of this medi
cine. Try it once. Fifty cents and
?1.00 at W. H. Styer's Drug Store.
Who is Carrie Brown?
The Cincinnati Enquirer has the fol
lowing: Lying on a slab at the Morgue is tho
body of an unknown woman. Tho
dead woman was a good looking bru
nette, about 30 years old, and the Coro
ner thinks that she came to this city
from Marietta, O. She died at the Ma
ternity Hospital, of Eighth street,
where she was known as Carrie Brown,
bnt that was not her right name. The
deceased camo to the Maternity Hospi
tal a few days ago and begged to be
taken in until she had undergone the.
throes of maternity. She had some
money, which she paid for her keeping.
A child was born to the woman, and
she seemed to be getting along all
right, but she had a relapse and died
yesterday morning. A post mortem
examination will be made today by Dr.
W. A. MeWan.
Among the effects of the dead woman
was a note addressed to James Smith,
029 Washington avenue, Newport, Ky.
Constable McICnight investigated and
found that Smith is employed os coach
man by Lawyer Crawford, who de
fended Scott Jackson in the Pearl
Bryan murder case. Smith's wife W03
recently an inmate of the Maternity
Haspltal, where she became acquainted
with the dead woman. Tho latter said
that her name was not Brown, but she
took Mrs. Smith's address, and. said bhe
would call on her after she was out of
trouble. The deceased stated that she
was betrayed by a prominent man un
der promise of marriage. Further than
that nothing is known of her.
nacklcuArn cb Salve.
Thk Best Salve In the world fot
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures, Piles
or no pav required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale hv W. H. Stver.
AFTER THE WAR.
A StorjMDf the Sufferings of a Prom!
nent Pennsylvania Attorney.
From 1'lltsburg Post
Instances by the hundreds can bo
found all over the country of men who
went Into the war of the rebellion
strong and healthv and came out phys
ically wrecked. Tho discomforts and
exposures of those four awful yeais left
with them a legacy of dlscaso that is
bringing them one by ono to their
graves. And yet somo are finding re
lief, even ut this late dato. Ono of the
most Interesting cases of this hort is
that of John P. Donnnn, a prominent
pension cluim attorney of Burgotts
town, Pn. Mr. Dounan suffered tor
tureb from Doubles resulting from dis
ordered kidneys and has been cured by
that never-falling remedy, Doan's Kid
ney rius. ins story Is nu exceptional
"When I began taking Doan's Kid
ney Pills a few months ago," he said,
"1 had not eaten bread or any other
starchy food, or fats of any kind, for
nearly two j ears. For a long while I
had been treated for disorders of tho
stomach and had taken quite a variety
ofsttong tonics, peptones and other
similar medicines without any appreci
able results. To begin with, 1 am a
total physical wreck, having, while
serving with Sherman in his Georgia
campaign, contracted pneumonia,
which resulted in the entire consolida
tion of my right lung, curvature of the
spine, ana Heart disease, for which I
haye been drawing n pension for more
man hu years. These organic ureases
are, of course, incurable, but I have
been convinced recently that my gastric
trouble was duo alone to kidney disor
der. My father was a medical practi
tioner here for 50 years, and I have read
quite a good deal on the subject of med
icine, and so was able to diagnose my
"At tho time I began to use Doan's
Kidney Pills my urine was scant, high
ly colored and strong smelling; I was
pale, tongue heavily coated, flesh soft
and flabby, had a poor appetite, and
rested poorly at night. My weight
wns 110 pounds. After using Doan's
Kidney Pills for two months, I can
cheerfully testify to their remarkable
worth. My weight has increased near
ly 10 pounds, fiesh is much firmer, urine
normal, color good and appetite excel
lent. I can now eat my favorite pork
and beans without the slightest distiess
I sleep llko a child and am in every
way as well as it will ever be possible
for me to get. I recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills to my friends and com
rades on all occasions "
You can get Doan's Kidney Pills at
your druggist's at 50 cents a box. or
they will be sent postpaid on tccelpt of
price bv Foster-Mil burn Co., sole
agents, Buffalo, N. Y.
Too often cheapness means trash, but here
is cheapness combined with excellence. DUCK,
SUITS AT 85 CENTS. Nothing wrong with
them--only too many. Wo have sold them at
$ 1 .75, now 85c which is less than half and
much less than the material would cost you.
The Shirt Waists are
going at the closing out
'prices we have adver
tised. You should not
miss this chance. Shirt
waists at 25, 38, 50c and
up--all far below orig
A few left of the job lot of White Bed Spreads
at 50c--wonderful value, full size, really
worth 75 cents.
Special bargains scattered all through the
store. Come and see them.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
To the O. A. II. Pouts o WiisliltiRton
I have Volume 12 Roster of Ohio Sol
diers. Posts wishing a copy can have
ono by sending me their address.
After Posts are supplied, old soldiers
can have the balance.
W. B. McGn.1.,
The Second and Last July Sale.
Now is the chance for those who have been waiting to get good
goods for almost a song.
We have left from the First July Sale' some Odd Lots and Tail
Ends from every department, we have ticketed and marked at prices
Broken Lots and Ends of Silk.
Good waste lengths among them.
Some at ono-half regular prices.
A call will convince you that
they are at clean-up prices.
Notlco of Appointment.
Estate of Frank H. Cunningham, deceased.
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the Estate of
IranU R. Cunningham late of Washington
County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 22d day of July, A. D ISnil.
July si 3w. B s. Cunningham.
JSTMonev to Low Apply at Room
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
The Last of the Shirt Waists.
Mostly broken lots but none the
worse for that. If your size,
style and kind is among them
you're in luck, for the prices
are out entirely loose from the
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
Not a question of worth but
what prices will sell them. It
wiil pay you to be among the
firsl; the pick is worth something.
Broken Lots of Hosierij and
Odd dozens and half dozens all
out on the counter and they're
not going back on the shelves
with our consent. We haven't
space to quote prices, but call
and note tho reductions and
you're sure to take some home
JJSyTw o desirable furnished rooms for rent.
Inquire at No. 425 Second Street.
OB-WANTED. A Piano, to rent by the
month. Will pay good price for a suitable In
strument. Inquire at Levueh Ofhce.
JIQy-Money t0 loan j300 inqUjre 0f j, i
Guyton.'at D. E. Guyton's oftlce, Putnam
$3TTandein for rent. The Hlg Tour Cycle
Co has a brand new Viking Tandem w hlch
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
BSTCHAS. S. HART, 31. D , offlce and resi
dence No. ROD Putnam street. Telephone 209.
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the throng that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
rST-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist. Offlce In
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Offlce 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
"DR. W. M, HART, DENTIST. Offlce 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
Editoh Lkadeii A regular subscrib
er of your paper and ons who attends
many of the ball games, and who was
in attendance upon the game recently
contested between the homo team
and the Parkersburg team, notices by
Thursday's Register that Mr. Miller,
of Athens, O., will be asked to umpire
the Parkersburg-Marietta games.
1 would like to ask through your
columns that the base ball manage
ment havo a homo umpire. Seyeral
good and impartial gentlemen reside
here, and I know fair treatment will
be giyen by any the management
We surely have as good if not better
than was furnished by Parkersburg.
Let us have ono of our homo people.
JDn. E. F. EDDy, Dentist. Offlce 801
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
0DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
Just What's Needed
Exclaims thousands of people who have
taken Hood's Sarsaparllla at this sea
son of the year, and who have noted
tho success of the medicine in giving
them relief from that tired feeling,
waning appetite and state of extremo
exhaustion after the close confinement
of a lontr winter season, the busy time
attendant upon u large and pressing
business during the spring months and
with vacation time yot some weeks
distant It 1b then that the building
up powers of Hood's Sarsaparllla ara
fully appreciated. It seems perfectly
adaptca to overcome that prostration
caused by change of season, climate or
life, and while It tones and sustains
the system, il purifies and vitalizes the
Kirs. M. HART, Dentist. Offlce oer Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. in. to 5 p.m.
VgB" FOR RENT. Six new rooms on Sev
enth street, between Butler and Greene,
plumbed for water and gas. Apply to J, Gedel
or at the residence.
J3TFOR SALE College property on Fifth
astreet, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots In "Emerson Heights" Sub divi
sion and six acres adjoining corp. line at low
prices. Several residence properties In the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Call and Bee
us u hen looking for property.
WAnn & Stone,
2S0 Second Street.
FOR SALE An 8 room uouse on Third St ,
12000 on monthly payments. Three new houses
1700 each. Several lots In Streckera Subdivi
sion from (SO to 1200. A business room on Put
nam St. 11200, The Meuser Tannery property
on Second St. lot 90x180 ft. (5000 will be sold as
a whole or In strips, on paved street and good
ocatlon for business blocks.
J. A. Pi.umku & Son,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets.
Real Estate for Sale.
OEO. B, SUNDEHLAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
rosiiu UNION DEPOT.
7-Housea on Front street 81,700, J.SOO, 2.000,
Second street $1.700. 3,000.
12 Room House below Butler street J3.000.
Third street. 0 Houses, 1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
J.800, 2,000, 8,000.
Fourth street ll,000,U,800, 2,800, S.000.
Fifth street tsoo. 2,000, 8,030. .,
Sixth street I,Roo. 2.000, 2,(00.
Warren street roo, 800, 900, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, 11,200, lot ISO bv ISO.
If you want nice papers at very
lowkst pricks do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
tA. M. t. Mt. fe .!. 4.V. vVWyivV. AW. All. .v-
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
128 Front Street.
I ma, Ag, Alt, gtl. AM. Alt. -AK; &!& AM, Jd &
A. d. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Rank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention, given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
Third and Rutler Sts.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
You are cordially invited to call
and see our line of
Mantels, Tile and Grates.
Yours most respectfully,
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.,
404 Third St., Marietta, Ohio
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